During this season of Lent, as we take stock of our lives, our beliefs, and our actions, we also pause to consider the teachings of Jesus. We hold up the
What does a right and good anger look like?
Yesterday, we chatted about Jesus’s episode in the Temple. It seems to be an example of a good and appropriate use of
Occasionally, I come across something that I know is important but for the life of me, I have no idea why. You know that feeling? That feeling when you feel
“To work without praying and without listening means only to grow and spread oneself upward, without striking roots and without an equivalent in the earth.” — Helmut Thielicke
I’m no dendrologist
Lent: the season everyone loves to hate.
I don’t like Lent but I used to like it less.
Ash Wednesday comes this week, the first day of the season of Lent. It
We’re all searching for meaning. We want answers to the big questions: What’s the meaning of life? What am I here for? Who am I?
To these questions, most religions have
Again, from yesterday's sermon, I’m under no illusion that other people can usually communicate something better than I can. But even so, when I can, I try to use my
Bob Dylan agrees: “For the times, they are a-changing.”
We’ve been having a conversation about the world that we’re finding ourselves in and how different it is from the world of
Right now is not the moment before and the moment ahead is not right now. The movement of time is an ever-present yet mostly unnoticed force on this world. Time